The Honda S2000 was a breakthrough for Honda, being their first full-production FR car with VTEC the S2000 dominated the race track even in it s stock trim with impressive handling and agility. The S2000 features a DOHC F20C5 and then later the F22C1; these engines were designed to be kept in the high-rpm range with the help of the Close-Ratio 6-Speed Transmission. Although the car screams at High-RPM, the low to mid range of the powerband leaves something to be desired.
These adjustable Tie-Rod ends offer a higher angle of deviation which gives slightly more steering angle and more predictability when nearing steering-lock. The 15mm of bump-steer adjustment allows the tuner to keep the control arm and tie rod at similar angles to keep a more predictable steering characteristic in this already touchy car. This allows the driver to get a more direct feel for the car and a more predictable reaction which gives the driver more confidence.